Renal purification

Kidneys are the most important organ of the human excretory system. It is the kidneys that filter our blood and remove harmful metabolic products, medicines and foreign substances from it. For this reason, they are particularly vulnerable to contact with toxins and pollutants

Symptoms that may indicate kidney toxification

  • Bags under the eyes
  • White spots on the nails

We should keep a close eye on our bodies. The appearance of bags under the eyes means that there are too many liquids and fat deposits in the kidneys. If the bag is soft, it means there is too much fluid in the kidneys.

However, it may turn out that the bag is hard, then the cause is excessive consumption of fatty dairy products, yellow cheese, sources of animal fat and sweets. Dark brown circles around the eyes may also appear, which is a symptom of a large amount of salt in the body. However, when stones are formed our eyelids will be red.

First method

Drink half a glass of hot water mixed with 1 lemon juice in the morning, lunchtime and evening.

During the day 3-4 times 0.5 glasses of carrot, beetroot and fresh cucumber juice mixture, in the proportion (1033) that is 250 g 75 g 75 g. This treatment should be carried out 4 times in the first year for 14 days every 3 months, then once a year.

Second method

A mixture of carrot, celery and parsley juices in a ratio (9:5:2).

It is recommended to drink this mixture of juices 3-4 times a day, preferably before eating 0.5 glasses.

Treatment time – two weeks.

The treatment should be repeated every three months in the first year, then only once a year.

Third method

Pour 200 ml of water over two tablespoons of wild rosehip fruit, this mixture should be boiled for 15 minutes, then cooled down, strained and drunk 1/3 of a glass 3 times a day.

Treatment time – two weeks

Repeat every 3 months

Interesting facts

Many vegetables and fruit have diuretic effects. Here are some of them

  • cabbage, fennel, artichoke, aubergine, beans, parsnip, celery, asparagus, pumpkin, nasturtium, white turnip, blackberry, wild chicory, corn, garlic, onion, apple, cherry, melon, grapefruit, peach, plum.

A pear also belongs to this group, but we must remember that it cools the kidneys and thus reduces their activity. So people who suffer from various kidney problems should avoid this fruit.